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[Sanskrit, literally “putting together”, “uniting”]

In Hinduism, a state of profound concentration or absorption resulting in perfect union with God; the highest, or eighth, state of yoga.

In Buddhism, samadhis are numerous modes of concentration, both serene and dynamic, believed to ultimately result in higher spiritual powers and the attainment of enlightenment, or nirvana.

On December 24, 1986, Mother Mary said, “Blessed ones, ask for samadhi in higher octaves as you place your heart and soul to rest at night. Adeptship in the path of the Eastern Masters is to be studied and achieved at night.”[1]

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Pearls of Wisdom, vol. 32, no. 58, December 3, 1989.

  1. Mother Mary, “The Clay Vessels Must Be Broken” Pearls of Wisdom, vol. 29, no. 76, December 18, 1986.